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How to use Lydda in a sentence
From the very beginning there was a substantial contradiction between Zionism and Lydda.
By evening,” Shavit writes, “Zionism has taken the city of Lydda.
“Zionism carries out a massacre in the city of Lydda,” Shavit writes.
Anyone striving for Middle East peace must acknowledge the tragedy of Lydda and comprehend its implications.
“Lydda is the black box of Zionism,” Shavit writes in the New Yorker.
It was in accordance with this method that Eliezer taught at Lydda (Diospolis), a place which had formerly been a race-course.
A special ordinance was passed in the garret at Lydda that to teach was far more important than to merely practise the Law.
The surviving teachers of the Law assembled in a garret in Lydda, and deliberated on this question of life and death.
Tiberias was the home and the model of this branch of knowledge; Lydda is the only other town which is mentioned beside it.
At Lydda he healed a lame man, neas; at Joppa, on the coast, he raised Dorcas from the dead.A Brief Bible History|James Oscar Boyd